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Israel, Hamas on verge of modest truce

Hamas sent a delegation from Gaza to Cairo on Aug. 14 for another round of discussions on the outline of the arrangement that is taking shape with Israel under Egyptian mediation and with UN cooperation. A Hamas source told Al-Monitor that the sides are nearing the finish line. The biggest question is whether the Palestinian Authority will …

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Three killed in Israeli strike on Gaza, including pregnant woman and her baby

Three Palestinians, a pregnant woman and her baby, and a man, were killed in Israeli warplane airstrikes on Gaza on Wednesday night. The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that three Palestinians were killed, and six others were wounded in Israeli attacks on the strip, as Israel targeted what it called …

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Gaza and the three-state solution

The Palestinian in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip elected Hamas to run the Palestinian Authority in 2006. Ismail Haniyeh became the Prime Minister according to Palestinian law and the election results — deemed “free and fair” by independent monitors — but the international community and adjacent countries did …

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Israel army launches large-scale attack on Gaza

11:09pm BST Israel and Hamas have agreed to restore calm in the Gaza Strip, according to a spokesman for Hamas. “With Egyptian and United Nations efforts it has been agreed to return to the era of calm between [Israel] and Palestinian factions,” Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum told Reuters. Egyptian security …

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Report: Israel using new ways to seize lands in Jerusalem

The Israeli government still exploits the American administration’s position on Jerusalem as it has recognized the city as the capital of the Israel in order to seize more its property in tricky way. Within the context of completing the Judaization of the city through ethnic cleansing policy as the occupation …

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